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Some title game action mixed in with season finales.

All times are eastern.

NFL:

No games.

College:

Conference USA Championship Game: Southern Miss at Houston - 12 - ABC

Connecticut at Cincinnati - 12 - ESPN

Syracuse at Pittsburgh - 12 - ESPN2

Iowa State at Kansas State - 12:30 - FSN

Wyoming at Colorado State - 2 - MTN

UNLV at TCU - 2:30 - Versus

Texas at Baylor - 3:30 - ABC

SEC Championship Game: Georgia at LSU - 4 - CBS

BYU at Hawaii - 7:30 - ESPN2

ACC Championship Game: Clemson at Virginia Tech - 8 - ESPN

Big Ten Championship Game: Michigan State at Wisconsin - 8 - FOX

Fresno State at San Diego State - 8 - CBSSN

Oklahoma at Oklahoma State - 8 - ABC 

High School:

No games.

Video: D-III Quarterfinals

Once again, we've got Pat Coleman, executive editor of D3football.com, on to talk about the games this weekend. 

Quality stuff from Pat as always. Remember to check D3football.com on Saturday for scores and analysis.

Video: Quick look at the D-II playoffs

4 games this weekend.

Once again, we've got Bob Eblen, national columnist for D2Football.com, here to give us his insight on the bracket.

Video: Saban speaking to the Super Six coaches

Nick Saban spoke to the Super Six coaches (AL high school state championships) at a recent dinner and had some good points on the formula to create champions.

"You cannot win a championship until you are a champion, it doesn't go the other way. You don't win a championship and then you're a champion. You have to be a champion first to win a championship." Saban said.

He also touched on how to communicate with players by saying "There's a lot of ways to say things, and you've never got to be demeaning to a player to get him to do what you'd like for him to do".

He elaborates in the video below, worth a listen.

Pac-12 Salaries

The Pac-12 has been the conference buzzing the last few weeks, with two big hires for Arizona and Washington State. 

The salaries in the Pac-12 for current coaches are below:

Chip Kelly -  Oregon: $2,800,000

Jeff Tedford - California: $2,300,000

Steve Sarkisian - Washington: $2,250,000

Mike Leach - Washington State: $2,225,000

Rich Rodriguez - Arizona: $1,190,000

Kyle Whittingham - Utah: $1,700,000

Mike Riley - Oregon State: $1,313,471

Jon Embree - Colorado: $725,000

Note that USC has not released Lane Kiffin's compensation; but we're pretty sure he's at the top of the list. Stanford, a private university, is not required to, and they do not, disclose David Shaw's compensation; but we're also pretty sure his would not be at the top of this list.

With the new TV money coming in soon, ASU and UCLA should have more than enough to be competitive on this list if they feel that is necessary to attract the right guy.  Best part of the TV money might be what lies in it for the assistants!

Quick summary of the 4 guys who are done:

Erickson was $1.5 million. Stoops was $1.465 million. Neuheisel was $1.285 million and Paul Wulff was $600,000. 

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